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Wednesday, September 12, 2012

TEA FRIENDS WHO BLOG SERIES: LaDonna of Gracious Hospitality

I know LaDonna through an online tea group we are both members of. LaDonna is a born mentor! Her blog is absolutely gorgeous, her blog posts are thought-provoking, and her photography (a hobby) is stunning.

LaDonna has an appreciation for everything related to tea - and its broader spirit as it relates to everyday life.

When you visit her blog, I hope you will take the time to have a good look around - and please remember to leave her a note.

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1. Your name: LaDonna

2. Where do you call home: The Pacific Northwest

3. Name of your blog: Gracious Hospitality

4. Blog address:

5. How would you describe your blog? My blog is a celebration of home, garden, & family. It incorporates beauty and details in the simple things in life. I like to think of Gracious Hospitality making tea a part of daily life, one sip at a time.

6. What was the spark that got you started in blogging? I started blogging after seeing my first blog; it was written by a member of the Afternoon Tea Across America e-group. I thought it looked like fun. I was interested in the visual, digital capabilities of the online web log.

7. What do you do when you're not working on your blog? I enjoy quilting, embroidery, cooking, flower gardening, nature, and time at our cabin in the woods.

8. Name one or two of your favorite non tea-related websites: Non-tea related websites? Hmmm. I love to cook; collect cookbooks; and gather recipes. My focus is gluten-free and vegan. I really enjoy Gluten Free Goddess


Marilyn said...

It is so fun to see all my tea friends featured here. Thanks for sharing another delightful interview.

Steph said...

I've been so lucky to meet Ladonna!

Joyce said...

From her blog, I can tell that Ladonna is the essence of gracious hospitality. I love her blog not only for it's great information about tea related things, but also for her affirming, uplifting spirit. Thank you Ladonna:)
(Joyce Wilkens, author of Teacup Art...and Reflections)

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